Let's Make A Sandwich
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Subject: No tuna rarebit for me, thanks
The rarebit may have been a good sandwich, but on B&W film it looks like dog vomit on toast. What did food advertisers do before broadcasters perfected color? Took out print ads, that's what. Those were the days, if you were a magazine publisher.
Subject: So is this what they served Dad
LOL, man use enough cheese and butter, there? Yikes!
Subject: Got to love the propaganda........
Subject: Worth a look
Measurements are usually good when it comes to recipes, I've found. The only clues we get here are the size of a hunk of butter, a can of tuna (guess in the Fifties if you wanted tuna you bought that one size can that was offered to you and you were happy about it, damn it!), some fraction of a cup of milk and an unidentified amount of Mystery Cheese. I found my inner voice starting to sound like Wallace & Gromit - Stillton? Cheddar? Wensleydale?
And never is the main question answered....what difference does cooking with GAS make to any of this?
Leaves one shaking their head.
Subject: The 1959s version of a Tuna Melt
Subject: Now you're cooking with gas!
Subject: Do not be fooled!
I had to turn away from the computer screen in disgust.
This is not for the squimish.
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
Subject: The 1990ÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs counterpart family: The Microwavos!
Subject: "Practically an American institution!"
Not an essential download, but still not bad.